Chapa-De Indian Health Announces New Annual Scholarship Available to Local Students

For Immediate Release

January 22, 2016

Aimee Sagan

Auburn, CA – Chapa-De Indian Health is now accepting applications for a new scholarship, the April Moore Memorial Scholarship, which will be awarded annually to a an American Indian student planning to pursue a career in healthcare.

Chapa-De Indian Health, who operates non-profit health centers in Auburn and Grass Valley, is honored to offer this annual scholarship in memory of their long-time Board President April Moore who passed away in 2015. “April dedicated her life to advancing American Indian people and served on our Board of Directors for 26 years. She was our true north and ensured we never lost sight of our mission to provide high-quality and compassionate care to American Indians and low-income individuals and families.” Said Lisa Davies, Chief Executive Officer of Chapa-De Indian Health. “We are honoring her memory with this scholarship which could help American Indian students to achieve their dream of helping others through healthcare.”

To qualify for this scholarship an applicant must plan to pursue vocational training or a college degree in a healthcare related field and must have attended high school in Nevada, Placer, Sacramento or Sierra County in California. For additional details and a copy of the application please visit the Chapa-De website at or call 530-889-3760.
Chapa-De Indian Health (Chapa-De) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that was established in 1974 and operates community health centers in Auburn and Grass Valley, California. Chapa-De offers comprehensive primary medical care, dental and orthodontics, behavioral health counseling, psychiatry, nutrition and health education, women’s health, pharmacy, and optometry services.


April Moore Memorial Scholarship